|Jul 7, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||GSNIO is now capable of accepting a user specified web service
endpoint. Simply add the ENDPOINT key to your io.ini and set it to
the correct location, e.g.
ENDPOINT = http://220.127.116.11:22221/ser
|Jul 12, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||A class diagram has been added to the documentation as well as more
detailed instructions in the "how to write a plugin"
section (with links to the template plugin and CMakeLists
|11 years 2 months ||The missing images and sources for the class diagram have been
committed as well as the SMET file format specification
|11 years 2 months ||Oups, one link was missing in the documentation
|11 years 2 months ||The example io.ini has been cleaned up (some keys were unnecesary).
The necessary changes for POPC have been made
|11 years 2 months ||The "test" directory was "polluted" by obsolete
test code. This has been removed so the user has less risks of
|Jul 13, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||The documentation has been extended by adding a workflow diagram and
more details for writing plugins.
|11 years 2 months ||Necessary changes for compiling on Hera (as well as clean up of the
CMakeLists.txt compilation files)
|Jul 14, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||A few extra tweaks for compiling on Hera, the version number has
been updated to 1.1 and some extra documentation added (drawing on
"how to write a plugin").
|11 years 2 months ||Improvements for the cpack instructions. It is now possible to
create rpm and deb but unfortunatelly the documentation is not yet
included (it must be optional so that we do not impose having
doxygen for simply compiling MeteoIO)
|Jul 15, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||The autotools are now so obsolete that it makes no sense to keep
them -> removed
The installation was still broken (missing some files for the popc
version), it has been fixed and the package preparation (cpack) has
|11 years 2 months ||oups, a few things got forgotten... (for plugins compiled with popc
as well as package dependencies)
|Jul 16, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||The new schema of IMIS has been taken into account in IMISIO.
A few more changes to the cmake configuration: doxygen is now
autodetected and if present, packages would be created with their
associated documentation. A few more tries to get the compi
|11 years 2 months ||one new file required by cmake was forgotten
|11 years 2 months ||The newest view of IMIS has been updated into IMISIO, some comments
on ArcGIS World File have been added into ARCIO.
|11 years 2 months ||Bugfix: Inside the ConfigReader keys were added to the properties
map by using the this pointer. That leads to some weird behaviour
when copying the ConfigReader object. Solution: Don't use the this
pointer on private member variables if not necessar
|11 years 2 months ||The missing License file has been added. A little bit of cleanup in
CMakeLists (removing some code that is anyway not helping for hera).
ImisIO and SmetIO have been slightly improved (retrieving full names
if available in Imis, supporting several ve
|Jul 19, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||The EPSG get and set methods have been added to Coords. The
"<<" operator has been redefined for ConfigReader
(this is convenient for debugging). The SMETIO plugin has been
updated (so that it supports EPSG codes and also to change some
|11 years 2 months ||One file was not being properly installed...
|Jul 20, 2010|
|11 years 2 months ||BUGFIX: When adding a key on the fly to the ConfigReader object it
disappeared when accessing it in a plugin. Reason: The dynamic
instantiation used the filename parameter in the constructor of the
plugins instead of the ConfigReader object itself. A